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ABC
Feb 5, 2013 5:00pm EST
-inflicted wounds that could stall the economy. karen travers, abc2 news, washington. >>> scammers started making threatening phone calls after a woman turned down a bogus offer. >>> it was probably just a joke but a niner fan could get into trouble after a stunt. the consequence he could face for pointing a laser at a news helicopter. my achy feet made it tough to play with billy. until he got his number. right! the machine showed me my pressure points on my feet, and it gave me my custom number. my arches needed more support. in two minutes, the dr. scholl's foot mapping center showed me my free foot map and my number. i'm a 440. that matched up to the dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic inserts with the support i needed. now, i play all day long! my feet. my number. my inserts. go to drscholls.com to find your closest walmart with a foot mapping center. i'm a believer! >>> i'm going top send -- to send two guys over there to rape you, kill you. >> okay. scary phone call. imagine getting that message on your phone. a la la woman started receiving disturbing calls like that one. at f
FOX
Feb 1, 2013 5:00pm PST
was credited with reviving new york city's economy in the 1970s after a crushing financial crisis. current mayor called koch today new york's most tireless, fearless and guileless civil crusader. >> dell is reportedly in talks to go private. and if the deal goes through the company would be sold to a group led by its own founder and ceo and private equity firm. the sale could top $24 billion. analysts say becoming private would allow the company to make itself over as a one stop shop for corporate technology needs away from public scrutiny. >>> it was a long time coming but right now in san francisco fans of the gold dust lounge are celebrating that famous bar reopens. >> to declare this gold dust lounge day here in san francisco. to the tune of an old time band and a mayoral proclamation it reopened in its new fisherman's wharf location. it moved there after a bitter fight with its landlord. the gold rush theme bar makes its comeback just in time for the 49ers return to the super bowl. mayor ed lee plans to stop by. >> you can see the crowds here. we love our traditional bars, ta
FOX
Feb 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
economy right now is headed in the right direction. and it will stay that way as long as there are no self- inflicted wounds coming out of washington. >> the cuts will reduce federal spending by $8,500 split eventually between military and domestic programs. >>> we told you at 5:00 that the remains of richard the iii had been found. well tonight we're getting an idea of what he looked like when he was alive and here he is. this sculpture is based on the remains of its skull. the 15th century english king was known as an evil hunch back. britain is now preparing to rebury the mononarc. >>> a young woman is spending the next month in a florida jail because of something she said and did in court. >> did you say -- [ bleep ] to me. >> actually i did. >> did you say that? >> yes, sir i did. >> oh you did say that. >> i found you in direct criminal content. 30 days in criminal jail. >> 18-year-old penelope soto had just flipped off the judge. the judge ordered soto to be held on $5,000 bond to which she laughed and said adios. >>> it's a familiar scene in the child friendly skies, babies
FOX
Jan 29, 2013 5:00pm PST
eighth sales tax in november. that helps us. the academy economy is coming back. >> he hopes to lead the supervisors. >> the nonprofit care sharing organization is expanding adding three wheelchair accessible mini vans in to its fleet. the organization received a grant to purchase the additional vehicles. >> it has allowed people to get away at an affordable price. it has allowed people to go and do things with their families when they've never had the opportunity to do it. >> these new vans can hold up to two people using wheelchairs and up to three more passengers. they're available to city share members. >>> animal college reporting a staggering number of bird deaths today. they say new research shows that cats kill between 1.4 and 3.7 billion birds a year even more small mammals. the estimates are much higher than previous estimates and could account for 15% of the total bird population. bird and cat lovers have clashed for years over outdoor cats being allowed to roam freely. >> part of a huge stash of gold coins in nevada will hit the auction block before a san rafel woman inhe
CBS
Jan 31, 2013 5:00pm EST
$13.5 million. i.c.e. says fake good undermine the legitimate economy, take away jobs from americans and fuel crime overseas. >>> over the next hour and a half we have live super bowl coverage from our blitz and glitz team in new orleans. andrea roane takes us to the louisiana school where she used to be principal. our kristen berset serves up lemonade with rookie redskins running back alfred morris and jc hayward goes one on one with cbs this morning's gayle king. >> but first kristin fisher joins us live from new orleans where the super bowl halftime performer beyonce had a thing or two to say to all you folks who have been giving her a tough time about lip syncing the star spangled banner at president obama's banner or should we say she had something to sing. >> reporter: oh, she put on quite the show and, you know, forget about the players. today was all about beyonce and everybody was wondering how is she going to address lip syncing during the inauguration. it was something that everybody was talking about. well, beyonce being beyonce, she didn't just address it. she walks up o
CBS
Feb 5, 2013 5:00pm EST
deliver the speed or the fuel economy for the money that car makers are charging you. the nonprofit tested several models from ford, hyundai, kia, and chevy. a turbo charge four cylinder bmw did do well in the track test. ford says its own survey shows customers are satisfied with the fuel economy in their turbo charged vehicles. >> plenty of us want to stretch our money more these days and one way to do that is to hold on to your car longer. if you treat it right, it will go the distance and save you tens of thousands. >> i am the first donor and i will be the last donor. >> when ariel bought his toyota camry, he never imagined hitting 226,000. >> i didn't know it would get this far, but it did and we're pleased. >> auto expert says people often aren't away of the long- term financial benefits of holding on to a car. >> our research shows if you hit 200,000 miles, which takes 15 years, you could save more than $30,000. >> first, shop for a car you can live with long-term. >> make sure it fits your lifestyle and don't compromise on features, especially safety features. like electron
CBS
Feb 1, 2013 5:00pm EST
tonight the value of your home after pulling the economy into a recession, the housing market finally recovering. >> as jessica doyle tells us, we could be even on the cusp of a sellers market. >> reporter: if you've been waiting to sell your house, a great time to do so may be just around the corner. >> as soon as the flowers start showing up, it's going to be a feeding frenzy in april. housing is the best story of the year. >> reporter: leading local economy watcher dr. stephen fuller of george mason university says sellers have been waiting a long time to sell since the bubble burst back in 2006 and buyers have been waiting to buy with interest rates holding near record lows and the economy picking up some steam. some just don't want to wait any longer. >> we're still at half speed. this is pent up demand. there's lots of people ready to move. they're tired of doubling up living with their parents. they need more space because their family has grown over five years. >> reporter: locally prices have been rising 38 months in a row. the northern virginia association of realtors finds
CBS
Feb 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
country. and get this, as the economy gets better, they say traffic only goes up. >> we have seen the congestion in the past sort of rise essentially when the economy has done better. >> reporter: all right. 56billion pounds of carbon dioxide thrown up into the atmosphere here in the united states every year from commuters. and so here's the situation as we wait to cross market street stuck in traffic, eating up money and time. in mobile5, i'm ken bastida, kpix 5. >>> the man accused of hitting a woman and her children has been arrested. the driver hit the family, the police say, just before 6 p.m. last night. the woman and her one and seven- year-old children were in the crosswalk. the 7-year-old girl was on a bicycle. the 1-year-old was in a stroller. investigators tracked down 24- year-old noe delgado a short time later. pittsburg police say that the public was a big help in finding him. >> witnesses gave good descriptions to our officers of the vehicle and the suspects. he was arrested. >> delgado is charged with felony hit-and-run. the mother and her children are now out of t
CBS
Feb 1, 2013 5:00pm PST
the economy. it took nearly five years but the dow is back above 14,000, a symbolic end to the worst economic crisis since the great depression. back in october of 2007 the dow hit an all time high of 14,164
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